MEDA is hiring! Are you in?
Are you looking to put your heart and mind to work? Then join MEDA in keeping San Francisco’s Mission a neighborhood of opportunity!
MEDA is at the vanguard of innovative community development work, from affordable housing and a small-business loan fund CDFI to financial education and running the largest VITA free tax program in the Bay Area. Our organization is also the lead agency of the Mission Promise Neighborhood, an education initiative. Added to all of this is policy & advocacy work to affect change on a larger scale.
Our community-based organization is generating impact in the low-income Latino immigrant community of San Francisco’s Mission District … and beyond.
MEDA’s work is innovative and being replicated, gaining local and national recognition.
Now — more than ever– MEDA is seeking socially conscious staff looking to make immediate impact. So, if your mission, vision and values align with ours, we invite you to join us!
Community Leadership Development Manager
The Community Leadership Development Manager, in collaboration with the Director of Policy and Advocacy and the Community Organizing Manager, will be responsible for the development, recruitment, implementation and results for the community leadership program which will prepare community residents, tenants, parents, youth and community partners for leadership and advocacy roles in San Francisco and the Mission District.
Data Capacity Coordinator
The Data Capacity Coordinator is responsible for helping new staff and external programs adopt database usage, create and maintain useful reports and dashboards to monitor data usage and learning, and develop and deliver training plans for partner agencies so they can successfully share data as part of the MPN collective. The Data Capacity Coordinator will bridge the gap between the needs of the Evaluation Department and the data collection of various MEDA programs and partners.
The Development Officer is part of a high-functioning nonprofit dedicated to maintaining the vibrancy, health, and prosperity of the SF Mission for the Latino community. As part of a four-person development team, the Development Officer is responsible for managing a portfolio of institutional and individual donor fundraising activities, including grant writing and reporting, producing Letters of Interest (LOIs), soliciting sponsorships, producing appeals and campaigns, and managing events.
Director, Mission Promise Neighborhood
MEDA is seeking an effective, results-oriented, and dynamic leader who is passionate about education, social justice and community economic development to serve as Director for the Mission Promise Neighborhood (MPN) initiative. Reporting to MEDA’s Executive Director, the Director will focus on overseeing key aspects of this highly collaborative and broad neighborhood-wide effort, with primary responsibility for fundraising for sustainability, facilitating the participation and engagement of 20 community-based partner organizations, maintaining strong and trusting relationships with school, school district, and civic leaders, managing staff, and ensuring that programmatic outcomes and deliverables are met.
The Finance Director has direct responsibility for the organization’s budget, finance and financial operations related activities. The Finance Director will lead the creation of a fiscal strategy, create projections and reports, manage monthly cash flow, track expenditures and create and update fiscal policies and procedures. The Finance Director should have strong accounting skills and experience, familiarity with financial software applications (Abila), and experience and knowledge in the area of contract compliance, real estate finance, business lending, and government funding sources.
K – 12 Education Manager – Mission Promise Neighborhood
The Education Manager supports and facilitates collaborative initiatives between the SFUSD, MPN target schools, and community partners in order to ensure that students and their families have access to the resources they need for academic success. The Manager will be responsible for ensuring that Promise Neighborhood partners achieve programmatic goals, improve their contribution according to agreed upon performance measures and collective results, and meet contract deliverables.
The Tech Instructor would work with the Mission Techies and Workforce Development program to deliver high quality instruction to our Mission Techies participants. Participants would be responsible for class based instruction and supervision of hands on activities. Participants would be disconnected youth from the community and adults looking to expand their career option.
Workforce Development Program Manager
The Workforce Development Program Manager is responsible for developing, managing and maintaining workforce development strategies and partnerships that will ensure leveraging of resources and the sustainability of the program. He/she is responsible for maintaining and expanding an integrated services coaching model that incorporates Financial Capability for every client.